Welcome to the AAEEBL Community Online
EPORTFOLIO News. Eportfolio has now been accepted as the eleventh high impact practice. Eportfolios serve many
functions on campus from assessing student progress toward learning outcomes to supporting the emergent learning
ecology and to helping students get a good job. AAEEBL is one of three professional associations in the global eportfolio
field. We invite you to join AAEEBL to support AAEEBL's work to further the eportfoio idea.
George Kuh Comments:
1. First-Year Seminars and Experiences
2. Common Intellectual Experiences
3. Learning Communities
4. Writing-Intensive Courses
5. Collaborative Assignments and Projects
6. Undergraduate Research
7. Diversity/Global Learning
8. Service Learning, Community-Based Learning
10. Capstone Courses and Projects
The AAEEBL community and the eportfolio field are made up of academics leading change in higher education
through their practice, research, and dissemination of ideas. These academics are both working from the ground up
and from the top down. The community is at the center of change on campuses, leading by example and by initiatives.
AAEEBL is not a technology association, as such. Rather, it is an association of academics already adapting to the
digital era, already inventing practices and learning designs based in the reality of information technology as the
default knowledge medium. It is not just looking ahead, it is already there.
AAEEBL is a non-profit association supported by memberships. The Board of Directors is listed here. The AAEEBL
President is Trent Batson, Ph.D.
Joining AAEEBL Community
Register at this website for free and gain access to non-member resources and opportunities. At the
right side of this screen, "Join AAEEBL Online!" is an invitation to register for free.
More about registering: To join the AAEEBL community, there are two levels of being a member:
"Member" of the website; free; means you are registered with the site. Register as an
"Individual Site Participant," a free registration. You are then a "member" of the
AAEEBL website. To submit proposals, you must register at the website first.
"Member" of AAEEBL: this means you have paid for a particular level of membership
Once you are registered as an individual site participant, you can then upgrade your
membership in AAEEBL by joining AAEEBL as an individual or by being added to
your institution's membership umbrella.
AAEEBL has an email discussion list: go to https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/aaeebl and join.
Or click here.
PowerPoint slides from the Annual conference August 1-4, 2016 are available at this page.
Join AAEEBL, a leading non-profit professional association for advancing learning with digital technologies
(especially eportfolios), as an institutional or individual member. First register at this site ("Sign In") and then click on "upgrade your
account" and use the resultant invoice to pay to join AAEEBL, along with 125 other institutional and hundreds of individual members.
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